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Leave the Dogs at Home: A Memoir
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“The Waverley sisters hadn't been close as children, but they were as thick as thieves now, the way adult siblings often are, the moment they realize that family is actually a choice.”
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“Oh, please. Everyone in this town always says that, like you have to be born here to understand things. I understand plenty. You're only as weird as you want to be.”
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“The apple tree in the background, just barely visible, was stretching a single limb out to her, as if wanting to be in the photo with her.”
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